Evolving Logical Specification in Information Systems

@inproceedings{Conrad1998EvolvingLS,
  title={Evolving Logical Specification in Information Systems},
  author={Stefan Conrad and Jaime Ramos and Gunter Saake and Cristina Sernadas},
  booktitle={Logics for Databases and Information Systems},
  year={1998}
}
Traditional logic-based speci cation approaches x the structure and the dynamics of an object system at speci cation time. Information systems are applications with a very long life-time. Therefore, object and speci cation evolution to react on changing requirements is a relevant aspect of describing information systems as object societies. We present a logical speci cation framework for evolving objects based on the concepts of object developed for the languages Troll and Gnome and the… CONTINUE READING

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